Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Bavarian Village

Painting by me. Layout by my own personal Background Designer, Jeff Logue.


SteveLambe said...

Wow....just fantastic, Casey. Really enjoying your posts on here. Would you mind me linking to your blog?

Casey said...

Thanks for the nice comment! I would love to have a link on your blog :)

SteveLambe said...

Great! Linked and done,sir.

So are these digital or traditional,Casey? Hard to tell with the small size you posted. Love to see them bigger so we can appreciate the fine details.

Looking forward to your future posts!!

Casey said...

I guess I should have mentioned in my posts that they are digital. In fact I will do that. The Bavarian Village is a work in progress. After revising some things, I'll see if I can post it bigger.

SteveLambe said...

Excellent! I thought they might be digital, but just couldnt tell for sure. Glad to hear about the bigger sizes too :)

I think we share a very smilar process of working....expect I use flash instead of illustrator. Adding the traditional touch to vector art really heps bring the warmth and softness back to an image.

So are you working with Jeff at a studio in LA? If not, you should be. You're both a great team.

I tried googling Jeff's name for a webpage with no luck. Is he a blogger as well?

Casey said...

Both of use were working on Johnny Test at Warner Bros. He's a BG Designer and I am a Cleanup Artist. I'm sort of trying to break in to the whole painting thing. He also does Production BG's on Foster's.

I love working in Illustrator. It is such a great program.

Alas, Jeff does not have a blog yet. Hopefully he'll get one soon :)

Thaks for all of the kind comments. Would you mind if I added a link to your blog on my page?

SteveLambe said...

Awesome! I figured you guys would be working for one of the networks.

I havent seen Johnny test yet. I've heard good things about it though. Anything that Chris Savino is on has gotta be good.

I'd be totally flattered if I made one of your links. I've returned the favor with a link on mine as well :)